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Cecil, David. Early Victorian Novelists. New York: Bobbs-
Merrill, 1935, pp. 157-203. The first exploration of the stormy-
calm, Wuthering Heights-Thrushcross Grange contrast. -

Fike, Francis. "Bitter Herbs and Wholesome Medicines,"
Nineteenth Century Fiction, 23 (1968). A religious reading. -

Gregor, Ian, ed. Twentieth Century Interpretations of the
Brontes. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1970. Six of
the essays are on Wuthering Heights. C. P. Sanger's broke
ground on the structural complexity of the book. -

Hanson, Lawrence and E. M. The Four Brontes. London:
Oxford University Press, 1949. Biographical. -

Hinkley, Laura L. Charlotte and Emily. New York: Hastings
House, 1945. Biographical. -

Kettle, Arnold. "Wuthering Heights," in An Introduction to the
English Novel. London: Hutchinson, 1951, pp. 139-55.
Heathcliff as a morally superior rebel. -

Moser, Thomas. "Conflicting Impulses in Wuthering Heights."
Nineteenth Century Fiction, 17 (1962). The Freudian
interpretation. -

Schorer, Mark. "Fiction and the Analogical Matrix," in The
World We Imagine. New York: Farrar Straus, 1948, pp. 28-34.
Points out the natural imagery and the violence in the language.

Van Ghent, Dorothy. "On Wuthering Heights," in The English
Novel: Form and Function. New York: Rhinehart, 1953, pp.
153-71. Explores the doubled structure of the book, and
substitutes dissolution-containment theme for the stormy-calm
contrast. -


Bronte, Charlotte. Jane Eyre. -

Hatfield, C. W. The Complete Poems of Emily Jane Bronte.
New York: Columbia University Press, 1941.

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